Text property from TextBox control will be automaticly bind with property in view model but TextBox name has to be the same what property in view model. I encourage everyone to familiarize oneself with this framework. As to the how that can be done, it is out of the scope of this tutorial. If your project is simple so far or if you can build a simple repro project fell free to send it to jason mindscape. The page will be found based off what we added to the AppBootStrapper list in configure.
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Update the contents of the MainViewModel class to match the following code block. Update the contents of AppBootstrapper. We will be adding the MainViewModel class later in the tutorial. Micro; using So. ViewModels; namespace So. Update the content of the MainView. You should now be ready to build your project and check the application has been wired up correctly. Give it a go and check out your handy work so far.
You have yourself the start of your very own WPF application using the Caliburn. Micro framework. The next step is to start filling out your application. In part B of the method I will go over how Caliburn.
Micro uses conventions to automatically wire your view model up with its view. Before we move on with adding a view to the application I would like explain how the application is being pulled together so far. Notes for Method: Part A The Application Bootstrapper The bootstrapper is the class that configures the framework, telling it what to do and where to start.
In the So. Client project the bootstrapper class is AppBootstrapper. This bootstrapper class is configured to use the default Caliburn. Micro configuration, and load the MainViewModel as the first screen. Micro knows to load this view model class as the main view model because it is the Type being passed into the Caliburn. Micro which bootstrapper class to use Caliburn. This is to ensure Caliburn. Micro has control over the view to be loaded first.
Now what? To demonstrate how easy it is to build your application with Caliburn. Journaling; namespace So. Just Note It with a simple view that takes a user input and displays it as a message. The application now has a very simple form within it that allows us to see Caliburn. Micro in action, automatically binding properties and methods to matching controls within our view. Give it a go. Micro wires up your views for you. Micro uses naming conventions for locating the Views of any ViewModels within your application.
For example, with our So. MainViewModel it looks for a View called So. Out of the box Caliburn. Micro should be able to locate your view. Micro finds the views for all the ViewModels without any custom configuration: So.
Basic Configuration, Actions and Conventions
Step 1: Initial Setup Start by creating a new wpf application in Visual Studio and grab the Caliburn Micro nugget package using the library package manager. Since Caliburn Micro takes care of creating all windows for you, delete MainWindow. After doing the previous App. Add a new class to the project and call it ShellViewModel.